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We’ve been discussing Woolworths loads currently, from their new croissants, bagels and english muffins to the pizza bases and bake at house dinner rolls. Effectively, Woolies are attempting to maintain us speaking by introducing one other product to their vary. Say howdy to the Woolworths Free From Wraps. Turning up in shops, I discovered the wraps with the flat breads at my retailer and never with the opposite gluten free merchandise. Subsequently, you may need to go looking for them. The pack of 4 will set you again $4.50.

Free From Wraps

As you’ll be able to see on the entrance these are labelled dairy free in addition to gluten free. For main allergens they include egg and soybeans. There is no such thing as a might include assertion. Different substances for these of you with additional allergic reactions embrace tapioca starch, potato starch, rice flour, iodised salt and yeast. They’re appropriate for vegetarians. To make use of them, you merely warmth, add your filling and wrap. I personally just like the microwave methodology with a humid fabric to maintain them moist. I then fill them with my alternative of fillings and fold up the underside, sides and roll.

As soon as heated I had no points with the wrap splitting or breaking throughout folding. Nevertheless, it does cool fairly quick, so be sure to wrap it fast. Personally, I wrap mine the night time earlier than and place it in my lunchbox so it is able to eat contemporary the subsequent day. The wrap has a pleasant flavour, isn’t overly chewy however does have slightly little bit of texture to it. I didn’t assume it was overly dry however Brody thought it was slightly on the dry facet. All in all a pleasant wrap however positively not as versatile or moist because the BFree wraps.

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Till Subsequent Time;

Ashlee; The Aussie Coeliac.

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